|Log of a Log Log - Jonathan D. Steinhoff|
Documentary of a documentary.
|CalArts Lecture - Marian Bantjes|
Marian Bantjes Lecture at CalArts
Keywords: lecture Calarts
|Lisa Tan - Artist Lecture (QandA)|
Lisa Tan lecture at CalArts
Keywords: CalArts lecture
|Marian Bantjes Design Lecture (QandA)|
Marian Bantjes design lecture at Calarts 2006
Keywords: calarts graphicdesign design
|Lisa Tan Lecture - CalArts|
Lisa Tan discusses her design at CalArts
Keywords: calarts graphicdesign design
|Mark Owen - Design Lecture at CalArts|
Mark Owen discusses his design work at CalArts in 2006
Keywords: calarts graphicdesign design lecture
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|Kali Nikitas - CalArts Design Lecture|
Kali Nikitas, lecture on graphic design at CalArts in 2006
Keywords: calarts graphicdesign design otis
|AOTI Cover - Gina Kelly|
AOTI Poster for CalArts Radio Class
Keywords: antenna; radio; calarts
|The Boyfriends: Mexican Battle Hymn - Evan Collins Conway, Jonathan Marmor|
Evan Collins Conway and Jonathan Marmor, of The Boyfriends, lead a performance of "The Battle Hymn of the Republic" at the California Institute of the Arts, October 1st, 2001. Followed by some unknown musicians playing several Mexican songs in a neighbor's backyard in North Hollywood, California. Circa 2002.
Keywords: Evan Collins Conway; Jonathan Marmor; The Boyfriends; CalArts
|Jim Gable "Mantra" - Jim Gable|
Jim Gable "Mantra"
Keywords: Jim Gable; Mantra; Buchla; Absence of Wax; CalArts
|A Concert by the CalArts Chamber Music Ensemble|
From a concert held at Hertz Hall on the campus of the University of California in Berkeley on April 10, 1972, the Cal Arts Chamber Music Ensemble performs works by Ludwig van Beethoven, Anton Webern, and Ernő Dohnanyi. Introduced by host Charles Shere, this concert included Serenades by Beethoven and Dohnanyi as well as a string trio by Webern. The Cal Arts Chamber Ensemble were Jill Shires, flute Yoko Matsuda, violin, James Dunham, viola, and Barbara Miller, cello.
Keywords: KPFA-FM; Music; Chamber Music; Classical Music; CalArts
|Reimagining the Archive, "CalArts Faculty: At The Digital Intersection" (Part 2 of 3) - UCLA Film & Television Archive|
All panels from a three day symposium at UCLA, November 12-14, 2010, entitled: "Reimagining the Archive: Remapping and Remixing Traditional Models in the Digital Era." "CalArts Faculty: At the Digital Intersection"... This panel discussion features Stephen Mamber, Thom Andersen, Rebecca Baron, Douglas Goodwin and Norman Klein. Part 2 of 3. A discussion by Rebecca Baron and Douglas Goodwin, "Lossless #4."
Keywords: Digital; UCLA; symposium; archive; reimagining; platforms; models; baron; goodwin; lossless; calarts; intersection
|Reimagining the Archive, "CalArts Faculty: At The Digital Intersection" (Part 1 of 3) - UCLA Film & Television Archive|
All panels from a three day symposium at UCLA, November 12-14, 2010, entitled: "Reimagining the Archive: Remapping and Remixing Traditional Models in the Digital Era." "CalArts Faculty: At the Digital Intersection"... This panel discussion features Stephen Mamber, Thom Andersen, Rebecca Baron, Douglas Goodwin and Norman Klein. Part 1 of 3. A discussion by Thom Andersen, "Get Out of the Car."
Keywords: Digital; UCLA; symposium; archive; reimagining; platforms; models; thom; andersen; car; calarts; faculty; intersection
|Ode to Gravity: CalArts Text-Sound Concert|
Charles Amirkhanian introduces an evening of text-sound pieces, recorded live in concert at the California Institute of the Arts on February 13, 1972,. Pieces heard were mostly composed by students of Ingram Marshall's, first in the world seminar on text sound compositions at Cal Arts. Also heard is a tape of a piece composed by the Swedo-Finish composer Tex Sound (E. Thogrim Baesjehode) as well as a piece (Moonbeams for Bedfellows) composed by Anne Mazonson based on a poem by Larry Eigner.
Keywords: KPFA-FM; Ode to Gravity series; Spoken Word; Sound Poetry; CalArts
|Fantastic Discharge, short version - Jonathan Marmor|
"Fantastic Discharge" is a collection of several items from Jonathan Marmor's sketchbook dating from about 1999 to about 2002. It was originally released as a CD-R by Ballbearings Pinatas Records (http://www.ballbearingspinatas.com/) of Ariel Pink, Spencer Owen, Jeff Eliassen fame.
Keywords: Jonathan Marmor; Fantastic Discharge; Ballbearings Pinatas; Jeff Eliassen; Nigel Lundemo; Evan Collins Conway; Birthdays, Weddings, Thank You; Vote for the Cops; Dominican Piano; Tape music; NoteWorthy Composer; slap bass; oboe; tape recorder; pause; minidisk; minidisc; CalArts; Ali Akbar College of Music; homemade; experimental; strange; bad
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